Yesterday difficult child had meetings at the local public high school about returning there next year. Since being expelled a year ago, this has been his goal. As many of you know - our journey has been up and down and he is making progress, but things are not perfect. So, as compared to the advise of the woman from the SA program with the tests that had the false positives (in post "Changing Programs?") this is a different approach. I want to get him to the point where he sees the finish line and has a goal. He knows that for this to work out, he has to stay with the program: no drugs and perform at an acceptable level at school. I was excited for him to have these meetings. We talked after about how to keep moving forward. I reminded him of the importance of finishing this year out on a positive note at his current school - again, the finish line is near. I am trying to tie his efforts at his current school and in his treatment in to a goal that he has for himself. I am hoping that as he meets frustrations, he can keep his goals in mind and stay with the program.